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Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


Press Release November 2015 Victorian Traffic Controller wins coveted award!

It has been five years since Rob Zahra first walked out on a road to stop traffic. Now he is winning awards
for his work and the accolade of his peers as the September 2015 National Traffic Controller of the Year.
The Awards are the brainchild of the Traffic Management Association of Australia, (TMAA), and Kennards
Hire. The National Traffic Controller of the Year Awards and are held quarterly with an annual winner
announced in March each year. Rob will fly to Sydney in March 2016 to join other winners to vie for the title
of National Traffic Controller of the Year 2016.

Click here for full story


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